For future students
At the study program of undergraduate studies of Ecological engineering for soil and water resources protection the planned number of students to enroll in the first year of study is 60. The citeria of economic and social justification were taken into account when deciding on the number of students, as well as the criteria of rationality, efficiency and quality of the realization of the teaching process resulting from the Law on Higher Education.
Admission to undergraduate study program is based on the ranking of candidates for admission. The ranking is based on the total number of points accomplished by the candidates on the basis of their grade point average in high school (maximum 40 points) and the points obtained in the entrance exam (maximum 60 points). At the entrance examination for the study program Ecological engineering for soil and water resources protection candidates take exams in two subjects:
– Mathematics, with a maximum of 20 points and
– Biology, with a maximum of 40 points.
The content, timing and manner of taking the entrance exam, as well as the scoring of candidates is determined by a special decision of the Faculty. This decision is in the form of detailed information (student guidebook) is available to any interested party. The list of candidates who met the requirements for admission to the first year of the study program is published on the website and the notice board of the Faculty.
A number of students who achieved the best results in the entrance exam belong to the group of students whose education is financed from the republic budget, and the rest are self-financed. The number of students financed from the budget is each year determined in collaboration with the University and the Ministry of Education.
To prepare for the entrance exam pupils can purchase manuals of Mathematics and Biology in the Faculty of Forestry bookshop.
The Committee for the Admission (ranking) of candidates to the study program is formed at the department level and at the faculty level committees are formed for each subject taken in the entrance exam.